10 Terrible Movies People Love, But Admit Are Horrible

Movies are subjective, and what one person considers a cinematic masterpiece, another may view as a cringe-worthy disaster. However, some films have gained a reputation for being particularly terrible yet still manage to capture the hearts of audiences.

These are the guilty pleasure movies that people love to hate but can't help but watch again and again.

The Core (2003)

Despite criticism for its scientific inaccuracies, the film is an enjoyable watch for fans of the genre, featuring intense action sequences and a suspenseful plot.


Flash Gordon (1980)

The film also stars Timothy Dalton and Brian Blessed, among others, and is known for its colorful visuals and an iconic soundtrack by Queen.


Street Fighter (1994)

The film stars Jean-Claude Van Damme as Colonel William F. Guile, who must lead a team of martial artists to defeat the evil dictator M. Bison, played by Raul Julia.


Fool's Gold (2008)

Starring Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson, Fool's Gold is a romantic adventure comedy about a recently divorced couple who reunite to search for a legendary treasure.


Deep Blue Sea (1999)

The setting is a top-secret research facility where cutting-edge scientists have gone rogue and genetically engineered a pack of deadly sharks to find a cure for Alzheimer's disease.